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Dynamic Electrocardiography

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ISBN-10: 1405119608

ISBN-13: 9781405119603

Edition: 2004

Authors: Marek Malik, A. John Camm

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Two well-known and respected editors have assembled an outstanding group of electrophysiologists/physicians to write a major work representing the field of electrocardiography as we know it today. This book contains all the major subject areas within the field of electrocardiography with significant clinical and basic content to appeal to the entire electrophysiology community in addition to educating cardiologists with the latest information. The fact that Drs. Malik and Camm have edited this work assures a volume of incredible quality and readability.
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Book details

List price: $295.95
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 4/23/2004
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 656
Size: 7.30" wide x 10.30" long x 1.45" tall
Weight: 3.586
Language: English

Heart rate variability
Physiological background of heart rate variability
Standard measurement of heart rate variability
Nonlinear dynamics of RR intervals
Correlations among heart rate variability components and autonomic mechanisms
Physiological understanding of HRV components
Autonomic balance
Heart rate variability: stress and psychiatric conditions
Circadian rhythm of heart rate and heart rate variability
Time-frequency analysis of heart rate variability under autonomic provocations
Effects of drugs
Heart rate variability in healthy populations: correlates and consequences
Heart rate variability in ischaemic disease
Heart rate variability in heart failure
Heart rate variability in diabetes and neuropathies
Physiological background of baroreflex
Invasive determination of baroreflex sensitivity
Noninvasive provocations of baroreflex sensitivity
Analysis of the interactions between heart rate and blood pressure variabilities
Arterial baroreflexes in ischaemic heart disease, and their role in sudden cardiac death
Heart rate turbulence on Holter
Heart rate turbulence in pacing studies
Physiological hypotheses on heart rate turbulence
Heart rate turbulence in ischaemic heart disease
Ischaemic patterns
Electrocardiographic background
Dynamics of silent ischaemia
Dynamics of ST segment in ischaemic heart disease
Spatial patterns of ST segment shift during myocardial ischaemia
ST segment trend monitoring of acute chest pain patients
Circadian patterns of ischaemic episodes
Electrocardiographic findings in patients with cardiovascular syndrome X
Ventricular repolarization
Cellular basis for the repolarization waves of the ECG
Individual QT/RR relationships
Circadian patterns of QTc interval
QT dispersion
Morphological assessment of T wave patterns
Circadian pattern of T wave morphology
QT interval dynamics during exercise
T wave and QT interval changes related to myocardial ischaemia
Influence of rhythm abnormalities on ventricular repolarization
Dynamics of acquired long QT syndrome
Electrocardiogram of Brugada syndrome and its dynamic patterns
Electrocardiographic T wave changes in left ventricular hypertrophy
Macro T wave alternans
Microscopic T wave alternans
T wave alternans in ischaemic heart disease
Dynamic repolarization changes and arrhythmia risk assessment in nonischaemic heart disease
Atrial fibrillation
Pathophysiology of the atrial fibrillation electrogram
P wave abnormalities before AF episodes
Dynamics of atrial electrogram in AF
Detection of paroxysmal atrial fibrillation episodes
Circadian pattern of AF paroxysms
Monitoring after cardioversion of atrial fibrillation
Heart rate profile in chronic atrial fibrillation
Monitoring of heart rate control in atrial fibrillation
Autonomic influence of atrial fibrillation
Long time monitoring of cardiac rhythm in patients with atrial fibrillation
Ventricular arrhythmias
Monitoring ectopic activity
Circadian pattern of arrhythmic episodes
Holter monitor-guided antiarrhythmic therapy
Dynamics of heart rate before arrhythmias
Electrocardiogram of an implanted device
Electrocardiographic monitoring with implantable devices
Ischaemic patterns
State-of-the-art marker channels
Interpretation of device stored rhythms and electrocardiograms